Robin Bylenga created the idea of the award-winning Pedal Chic in the historic West End of Greenville five years ago as a way to cater to all women who might be interested in riding bicycles, not just hard core road racing enthusiasts. In addition to typical bicycle shop services, Pedal Chic specializes in accessories with an eye to fashion, as well as “Bike Bling”. A sister Pedal Chic shop has opened in Nashville, TN earlier this year.
The Donut Experiment, a new type of coffee shop has opened in the shopping center at Augusta Street and Faris Road. Doughnuts may be customized using any of the combinations of toppings on the menu, and made to serve on the spot.
Tommy’s Country Ham House on Rutherford Street is a great place to get a breakfast, with a wide variety of typical breakfast items to choose from.
They have recently celebrated 30 years in Greenville. One wall is lined with memories of the experience. It is a favorite location for presidential candidates to stop and give a speech. At one event, there were 2 presidential candidates there at the same time!
Rush Little is frequently seen in downtown Greenville near One City Plaza making his saxophone echo sweet music in the streets. He is an accomplished musician and has been playing since he was 10 years old. He even has a set of toy instruments that he will give children to play, and follow along to their rhythm lead.
The alto saxophone shown here was given to him by an appreciative listener who listened for a period of time, then presented him with the sax, knowing that he would put it to good use in the Lord’s work. #rushlittle #rpjkingdom
Furman College Way with a carpet of leaves leading to Falls Park and Cleveland Park. This street is now normally closed to vehicle traffic except for maintenance vehicles to enhance pedestrian safety around Falls Park.